Photograph courtesy of Kyra Shackelford.


Elizabeth Miller is a fine artist living and working in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She studied at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, with a focus on drawing and sculpture.


Elizabeth's drawings have a strong footing in anatomy and the natural world. With an emphasis on anatomy and structure, Elizabeth uses drawing as a means of communicating a variety of concepts, ranging from modern and historical feminism to the poetics of space and the meaning of beauty. 

Her most recent body of work, Fragments, is an exploration of memory and trauma. The work gains it's aesthetic from the fragmented nature of memory, and seeks to explain and illustrate the disparities and congruence of different types of highly emotional memories within the psyche, and how those memories interact with one another.